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Cash Services is a 24/7 Check Cashing Tribal Enterprise located in the Mesquite Room withinSoboba Casino. A variety of services are offered to Casino Guests, Tribal Members, Council Members and Casino/Tribal Employees which includes Check Cashing, Cash Advancesand ATMS.
Cash Services goal is to create an environment that exudes genuine hospitality from highly motivated and skilled team members whose number one goal is to provide exceptional customer service to all guests.
The Mission of the Cash Services Department is to provide a superior experience in an environment offering genuine hospitality by highly motivated team members whose number one goal is providing exceptional customer service.
The Vision of the Cash Services Department is to be the trusted leader in delivering exceptional customer service to better serve Tribal Members and to improve efficiency and effectiveness in delivery of financial services.
23906 Soboba Road
P.O. Box 487
San Jacinto, CA 92583
Soboba Cultural Resource Department was established in 2004 for the purpose of preservation, education and research that are associated with the Luiseño and Cahuilla culture as well as ancestral sites.
The goals of Cultural Resource Department are to preserve the valuable cultural resources located within our ancestral territory.
The department and staff have had continual education in all aspects concerning California Indian Studies, law and culture. The majority of our involvement has been involved in monitoring, tribal government, education, mediation and networking for various entities, which consists of tribal and non-tribal associations. Each staff member has knowledge in local cultures, tradition, language, botany geography, biology, archaeology, Native American laws and any issue regarding the preservation of sites and land.
Visit our website at culture.soboba-nsn.gov for additional information.
When developers and public agencies assess the environmental impact to their projects, they must consider “Cultural Resources” as an aspect of the environment in accordance with the California Environmental Quality Act Guidelines. These “Cultural Resources” can include Native American graves and artifacts; natural resources used for food, ceremonies or traditional crafts and places that have special significance because of spiritual power associated with them.
When projects are proposed in areas where cultural resources are likely to be affected, one way to avoid damage to cultural resources and minimized litigation associated with the project is to perform archaeological testing, with Native American monitor and/or consultant on site during part or all of the construction work. By working with and acting as a liaison between Native American, Archeologist, developers, contractor and public agencies, a Native American monitor and/or consultant can see that cultural resources are treated appropriately from the Native American point of view.
Joseph Ontiveros - Director
23906 Soboba Road
P.O. Box 487
San Jacinto, CA 92583
Phone: 951-654-5544 ext. 4138
Email: [email protected]
Soboba Elders are members of the Soboba Band that are of the age 55+. They meet monthly at the Old Tribal Hall to discuss business pertaining to the elders and participate in Tribal functions. The Elders operate with their own elected board that consists of a President, Vice President, and a Secretary/Treasurer. Currently there are 109 members.
The Soboba Elders are involved in many activities supporting our own tribal community as well as surrounding communities. They believe that being an active participant in events and activities that involve youthis setting an example of respect for one another.
As in past years, the Soboba Elders are proud to participate in this year’s 20th Annual Payomkawichum Soboba InterTribal Pow Wow. For the past 10 years the Elders have given their time and support to sponsor the Tiny Tots Pow Wow.
We appreciate and will always be thankful to our Elders.×
The Information Technology Department utilizes a centralized business model in order to ensure technology standards that are set for automation are enforced organization wide with everyone having a clear and shared vision throughout the business. Furthermore, guarantees that efforts are not duplicated resulting in cost and time savings.
With a diverse and highly trained technical team, IT is capable of working on multiple platforms, in various environments. IT Department is a standing team of highly-skilled IT professionals with extensive past performance working together to provide the best solutions for its customers which are the Soboba Band of Luiseño Indians.
The Mission of the Information Technology Department is to provide cost effective and efficient enterprise products, services, and solutions with a secure and reliable environment for Soboba Band of Luiseño Indians employees through leadership, strategic planning, standards and policies, architecture, and oversight.
The Vision of the Information Technology Department is to be the trusted leader in delivering enterprise information technology services and solutions that enable tribal government to better serve its members; and to improve efficiency and effectiveness in delivery of tribal services.
Awards and Media
TribalNet 2019 Industry Award
TribalNet Recognizes Three Outstanding IT Teams with Industry Awards
Info-Tech Research Group 2019 CIO Leadership
TribalNet Magazine Spring 2020
Podcast - Soboba Band: Converting Systems, Bringing Broadband to Tribal
P.O. Box 487
San Jacinto, CA 92581
Phone: (951) 654-2765
Email: [email protected]
Verizon Cellular Discount
Verizon has a 15% discount on monthly plans and up to 25% on phone accessories for all Soboba Band of Luiseño Indians employees. The only qualification is you must contain a valid soboba-nsn.gov email address or walk into any Verizon store and present a recent pay stub from Soboba Luiseño Indians.
If you are interested in taking advantage of this benefit, please see the Verizon Cellular Discount flyer or you can also go to a local Verizon store
Soboba Tribal Alert Response System (STARS)
STARS Signup Form
The Soboba Tribal Gaming Commission ('STGC') is an independent governmental gaming regulatory agency for the Soboba Band of Luiseño Indians, the Federally recognized Sovereign Indian Tribe exercising jurisdiction over the Soboba Indian Reservation. The STGC is responsible for regulating gaming on the Soboba Reservation; The STGC neither reports nor is accountable to Casino Management.
The STGC has been established to ensure the public trust and confidence in the credibility and integrity of the regulatory process and of the casino operation, protect tribal assets, and advance the economic development of the sovereign Soboba Band of Luiseño Indians by shielding gaming activities from organized crime and other corrupting influences, ensuring that the Soboba Band of Luiseño Indians shall be the sole beneficiary of the gaming operations revenues, ensuring that gaming is conducted fairly and honestly, by both the casino and the players, and ensuring the Public Health, Safety and Welfare of the gaming operation patrons and employees.
Please visit our website at stgc.soboba-nsn.gov to address licensing issues that you may come across while you are employed at Soboba Casino, Soboba Tribal Administration or the Soboba Tribal Gaming Commission. Please visit the website and review the information available online.
- Name/Address Changes
- Disclosing Information
- Conditional Licenses
- Licensing & Appeal Process
- Reporting Fraud
If the website does not have the answers that you are looking for, please stop by the Backgrounds Office and get the information that you need!
(951) 665-1000 ext. 1198
Indian Gaming Regulatory Act
CL II/III Gaming Ordinance
Tribal – State Compact
Tort Claims Ordinance
Applicability of Article 6 Ordinance (CLETS)
Gaming Facility Standards Ordinance
Environmental Protection Ordinance
Soboba Tribal Gaming Commission
23333 Soboba Road
PO Box 610
San Jacinto, CA
Fax (951) 487-0042
Soboba Casino Employee Benefits
Report Fraud: STGC Fraud Hotline
Soboba Tribal Gaming Commission Tip Line
Tip Line - stgc.soboba-nsn.gov/tipline
Soboba Casino Employment
Public Works Department provides the following services:
Maintenance Crews - facilities maintenance, tree trimming, roads, cemetery, weed abatement, tribal member work orders, and heavy equipment work which includes grading, mowing, disking and fire breaks.
Mechanic Shop - maintenance and repair Noli School’s fleet of buses and vans, administrative departments’ vehicles including Public Safety, Parks & Recreation vehicles and Public Works heavy equipment.
Grounds Maintenance - landscaping, irrigation and maintaining the grounds around all government buildings, which also includes the athletic fields and The Oaks Retreat.
Water Department - We operate the reservations drinking water programs through the Soboba Water Department. Maintaining Soboba’s domestic and irrigation wells, water lines and water testing. Safe and clean drinking water for all families is priority one.
- Infrastructure and Facilities
- Beautification and land maintenance
- School Buses/Vans, Vehicles & Equipment Maintenance & Repair
- Water and Sewer-Water line repair
- Flood Control, both hardscape and natural settings
- Project Management
- Forward Planning and Mitigation
- Keeping all roads clean and in good repair
Soboba Public Works Department proudly serves the Soboba Nation through facilities operations, infrastructure improvements, transportation, grounds maintenance, water services and emergency preparedness. Each staff member takes their roles as a critical responsibility to the lifestyle of all those who live, work and visit the reservation. The mission of the Public Works Department is to provide and maintain the most desirable environment for the community by ensuring that all Tribal property is maintained to the highest standards possible. The Department makes sure all buildings within our community are safe, sound and of high quality and that all facilities are designed, constructed, and function to the highest degree of safety and utility in a cost-effective manner.
24099 Soboba Rd
San Jacinto, CA 92583
Phone: (951) 487-7445
Soboba Reservation Fire Department is an all-risk emergency response organization. The men and women of Soboba Fire are dedicated, loyal employees that give their all every day when they are on duty to protect the residents, visitors, and infrastructure of the Soboba Indian Reservation and surrounding community. Our success is due largely to the unwavering support of the Tribal Council and the Tribal Administrator. I am honored to serve as the Fire Chief for an Administration that takes public safety seriously and is committed to ensure that the department is fully staffed and equipped to meet the mission..
The Soboba Tribal Gaming Commission (STGC) is an independent governmental gaming regulatory agency for the Soboba Band of Luiseño Indians, a federally recognized sovereign Indian tribe. The STGC consists of four divisions; Regulatory Compliance, Licensing, Internal Audit, and Surveillance. It is responsible for regulating and enforcing all tribal, federal, and state compact gaming laws on the Soboba Reservation. We determine suitability of licensure for gaming activities and gaming devices, while protecting tribal gaming assets and ensuring the safety and fair treatment of patrons in any gaming activity. The STGC neither reports nor is accountable to Casino Management.
Our Vision Statement
Defend Tribal self-determination by protecting Soboba’s reputation and ensuring complete confidence and compliance in our gaming environment.
Our Mission Statement
The Mission of the Soboba Tribal Gaming Commission aims to achieve its goals by building public trust and confidence in the creditability of the gaming industry, valuing the integrity and honesty of the regulatory practice that stands up for tribal assets, and promoting the economic development of the sovereign Soboba Band of Luiseño Indians.
The Soboba Tribal Gaming Commission (STGC) is the primary independent regulatory agency for the Soboba Band of Luiseno Indians, a sovereign Tribal Nation. The STGC provides regulatory oversight of any and all Class II and Class III gaming conducted on Soboba tribal lands. The STGC is comprised of the following divisions, which are responsible for regulating and enforcing all tribal, federal and state gaming regulations: Licensing, Regulatory Compliance, Surveillance and Internal Audit.
The Soboba Tribal Gaming Commission’s mission is to achieve and maintain public trust and confidence in the credibility of Indian Gaming, valuing the integrity, fairness and trustworthiness of the regulatory infrastructure, safeguarding tribal assets while promoting economic development for the sovereign Soboba Band of Luiseno Indians.
STGC Division Overviews
The Licensing Division is responsible for processing and investigating backgrounds of all casino employees, ensuring that all applicants meet established standards for licensure. The Licensing Division also performs background checks on certain vendors desiring to conduct business with the gaming operation. The Licensing Division processes hundreds of applications every year.
The Regulatory Compliance Division is typically considered the face of the STGC. Compliance Officers are responsible for working hand in hand with casino representatives on the gaming floor while ensuring that all regulations are being adhered to. One major responsibility of the Regulatory Compliance Division is to certify all gaming devices, which is done prior to being offered to the general public for play. Compliance Officers also work directly with local law enforcement and representatives from numerous federal, state and local jurisdictions, in addition to helping casino guests with TORT claims or complaints.
The Surveillance Division is responsible for monitoring the casino via surveillance video technology. Known as the “Eye in the Sky”, surveillance’s role is to ensure casino representatives and guests are not violating any established rules or regulations. Hundreds of surveillance cameras are deployed in order to effectively monitor all casino activity.
The Internal Audit Division plays a huge role in the effective regulation of casino operations. The STGC is responsible for ensuring that regular audits of the casino operations are performed as required. Internal Audit works as a pro-active evaluator, testing operational compliance with all regulations and holding casino operations accountable for gaining and maintaining full compliance.
For any questions or inquiries, please contact the STGC offices at 951-665-1000 ext. 1267.
To report any suspected fraud or suspicious activity, you may call 951-665-1337 or submit via email at [email protected]